That's true only if faith, trust, devotion and whatever are redefined narrowly as faith in God, trust in God, devotion to God and whatever in/to/about/for God. I have faith in quite a few mortals I know, as well as in civilization itself and the Laws of Nature. I trust my dog (as well as quite a few humans but I thought that would perk up the discussionPlease Register or Log in to view the hidden image!). I am devoted to music. Are these virtues? Faith, trust and devotion are not only religious virtues. They are simply virtues. In fact it can be argued (especially in a religion-hostile place like SciForums) that since God is imaginary, and therefore those who have faith, trust and devotion to him are deluded, their faith, trust and devotion are not virtues at all, but evidence of incompetence on the part of their parents at best, or symptoms of mental illness at worst. Welcome to the weird, wacky world of weligion. Scary, ain't it?